When you think about technology developments in autonomy, you probably think of companies like Uber or Velodyne or Continental or Delphi.
Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Group
Phoenix-based Elio Motors Inc. says it will use an existing engine from an unnamed carmaker in its long-overdue three-wheel car rather than adapt a 20-year-old 3-cylinder engine as the company had previously planned.
Ford Motor Co. and Roush Enterprises Inc. have developed a supercharger kit for the 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 engine offered in the carmaker’s Mustang GT muscle car and F-150 pickup truck.
Cummins Inc. took the wraps off an all-electric heavy-duty concept truck this week at the company’s technical center in Columbus, Ind.
Ford Motor Co. and Domino's Pizza Inc. plan to begin testing customer reactions to pizza deliveries made with a self-driving car over the next two months in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Ford Motor Co. has delayed delivery of its GT supercars due to supplier constraints and unspecified testing issues, Automotive News reports.
Roush Enterprises Inc.’s Roush Industries has opened a 44,000-sq-ft technical center in Troy, Mich., that will focus on testing and developing systems—including software and data analytics—for autonomous and electrified vehicles.
Paul Elio says he recently read The Innovator’s Dilemma by Clayton Christensen (Harvard Business Review Press; 1997) and he thought that it was, in effect, telling the story of Elio Motors (eliomotors.com), the company that Elio established in 2009 to create a transformative motor vehicle.
Elio Motors Inc. continues to tweak the three-wheel vehicle it plans to launch late next year.
U.K.-based UlemCo Ltd. has developed a dual-fuel engine system that can run on a combination of hydrogen and diesel fuel.
Google Inc. plans to create a new company in 2016 that will offer shuttle services using cars that drive themselves, a source tells Bloomberg News.
For some people, the idea of a brand-new Ford Mustang GT with a 435-hp V8 that produces 400 lb-ft of torque is appealing. . .but just not quite enough.
Domino’s Pizza Inc. on Wednesday unveiled a Chevrolet Spark-based pizza delivery vehicle that it hopes gains widespread use across the company’s 10,000-franchise network in the U.S.
Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin tells reporters in California the first application for the company's self-driving car technology will be in automated taxi-like services, not privately owned vehicles, Automotive News reports.
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Livonia, Mich.-based Roush Enterprises Inc.'s Roush Performance unit has launched a new active exhaust system that lets Mustang owners tune their car's exhaust note.
This week Google Inc. launched low-speed tests of its fully self-driving two-seat electric shuttle on city streets in California.
Ford Motor Co. will return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race in France next year with a race car version of its upcoming GT supercar.
The head of Google Inc.'s autonomous car program says the company will begin allowing the public to try out its completely automated car in as little as two years.
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Domino’s Pizza had its start in 1960 in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Group
Google Inc. plans to deploy a fleet of about 200 self-driving cars designed with an on/off button but no other operating controls.
Roush Enterprises Inc. in Allen Park, Mich., has been hired by Google Inc. to assemble at least 100 self-driving minicars, according to Crain's Detroit Business, which cites unidentified sources.
Some of you might have been wondering about that brand name on the hood of Greg Biffle’s NASCAR Ford Fusion last Sunday at the Phoenix race. (c) 2013, Michael L.
The 2013 Stage 3 Mustang from ROUSH Performance features a supercharged 5.0-liter engine under its hood that provides 565 hp and 505 lb-ft of torque.
On May 3, when April sales were reported, the news was pretty darn good for the folks in Dearborn, although there was one group that probably was a bit down in the mouth: the Mustang team, because not only was the Mustang the only Ford model that had a minus sign in front of the figure for its April 2010 sales vs.
While there are many people who maintain that only a “car guy” can really “get” what a car company needs, it is interesting to note that the preeminent place for car guys past and present, The Automotive Hall of Fame, will be presenting it’s 2009 Industry Leader to Alan Mulally, President and CEO of Ford Motor Company.